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royals are one game away from going to their second world series in a row... and one fan is honoring the team in a unique way. "" jessica rae: it was a blockbuster day on capitol hill... former secretary of state hillary clinton faced tough questions about the 2012 attack in benghaizi republicans say they're trying to get to the truth.... but democrats ll it a political witchhunt. abc's karen travers has more "it was a marathon day?.hillary clinton on the hot seat for over 8 hours....the entire hearing lasted 11 hours. right out of the gate?committee chair trey gowdy telling clinton - the investigation is n n about her this investigation is
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country on foreign soil. it is abou happened before, attacks that killed but democrats had a different take this abusive effort clinton's campaign. released a never before seen email l the night of the attack, addressed to diane reynolds - the name she used for emails to her daughter chelsea. "two of our officers were killed in benghazi by an al qaeda-like group," she wrote. but that's a fferent position than the one the obama administration took immediately after the attack, saying it was a protest over an anti-islamic video that grew violent. gop lawmakers also focused on requests for increased security in libya - and the state department response. you had two ambassadors that made several, several requests and here is basically what happened to their requests. [rips paper] they were torn up. well, that's just not true congressman. throughout the
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long hearing, clinton was cool, deliberate - not taking any political bait from republicans. once again, clinton took responsibility for what happened 3 years ago?she got emotional when she said how much sleep she's lost, racking her brain about what more could have been to protect those four americans. kt abc news washington. jessica rae: congressman paul ryan has announced he is officially running for speaker of the house. the wisconsin n republican hasas repeatedly turned down pleas to run for this post. ryan has been viewed as the only member commanding the respect needed to unify the fractured house republican caucus. earlier this week... ryan has said he would consider the bid if he could a be "unity candidate" and get the backing of three key g-o-p house groups. jessica rae: three state executives who compete against each other when trying to land new business have come together in the name of work force development. iowa governor
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nebraska governor pete south dakota governor dennis daugaard headlined the 14th governors yesterday. all agree improving the pool of skilled workers in the to continued business growth. from construction to manufacturing.... employers are battling a gap in something south dennis daugaard says education can play a big part in fixing. "we need to work to help adults find complete new degrees that give them the skills. we need to encourage our young people to understand the career opportunities thut are available right training our own probably won be enough we need to form other areas opportunities are not as good," said south dakota daugaard. jessica rae: financial one of the most common tools used to help attract new business. whether from taxrebates, forgivable loans or tax credits, all three states offer millions in
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but the governors agree it takes more than business happy. "when you look at incentives y y need to make sure that whatever icentntes you provide e e less than the benifits the community and state get from attracting those good paying bs, so we try and focus on really good paying jobs" said iowa governor terry branstad. "what you have to do is make sure you have a low tax environoment, that you have common sense regulation and most importantly that you have a work force. all those things are how you attract t d retain a company," said nebraska governor pete jessica rae: governor scheduled to return to sioux city next week to continue the work force development. jessica rae: the sioux city police department is asking for your help in finding a man murder authorities say jonathan bebeio is wanted in connection that happened in miami florida. to be in the sioux city area. police say not to attempt to apprehend the man
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as he is considered armed and dangerous. the suspect has killed one person and shot at six others. anyone with information as to berrio's whereabouts is bebeg urged to contact the sioux department stoppers at 712- 258-xips. jessica rae: a nebraska mother nursing during a public she was shamed by officer. surprised the officer didn't know much about laws protecting nursing mothers. andrea flores haha the details. " rosalyn mizzell breast feeds her 4- month-old son calvin around the clock...and says this wednesday night is no exception. but during a contentious ops forum tuesday night, mizzell says a police officer shamed her.. for simply feeding her son. ( rosalyn mizzell/ mother) "the first thing she said to me, don't do that in front of me. have more respect for yourself and everybody else here." ititll happened after mizzell says a manan told police her breast feeding was "offensive." mizzell says when the officer threatened to cite her for indecent exposure...she refused to comply. nebraska law states that a mother may breast feed her child in any public or private location, where she is authorized to be.
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when we asked about the incident, this is what o-p-d had to say: "officers followed up, and did not cite the woman for any offenses. as for claims or allegations of inappropriate behavior by officece, we recommend ms.mizzell file a fororl complaint with the department so we can investigate her claims." when mizzell was eventually offered an apology by the officer, it wasn't what she was hoping to hear. (rosalyn mizzell/ mother) "her apology went along the lines of, i was offended, other people were offended, if you wanted to breast feed you could have done it in the bathroom or you could haha stayed home." it's a stigma that la leche league, a non-profit organization that works to protect breast feeding put a stop to. angie cantrell/ la leche league) "a lot of moms don't have time to pump or respond well to a pump so there's many different reasons why women choose to breastfeed in public, and they shouldn't be scrutinized for that reason." while mizzell says she hopes to one day get a formal police...she says the
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negativity won't stop her from feeding her son. (rosalyn mizzell/ mother) "the police are the ones who are supposed to know what the laws are and thth're supposed to uphold the law, it's their job to protecty legal right to breast feed, not to shame me for doing that." jessica rae: mizzell says she does plan to file a formal complaint with the police department's internal affairs. " coming up.... i'll tell you abouou a number of scscs that con artists try to pull on the elderly... and how state representatives plan to protect them from these scams. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this
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herestormcast hd where occasional showers and thunderstorms are expected to pass rough the area as we go through our friday with low pressure moving toward us. rain will begin to let up as we get into the evening hours. then for the weekend we'll watch as the skies clear out with sunshine returning. temperatures through the weekend will be in the 60s. here's the forecast for today which includes rain and a high of 68. expect totals to be near 1 inch. during the evening, we'll have some showers but then the rest of the night will be dry and windy with a low of 46. tomorrow, expect sunshine after a few morning
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expected to be 61. here's your 7 day forecast where rain will return on tuesday with temperatures remaining in the 6 6 through most of the upcoming period. jessica rae scott: are expected to pass through the area as we go through our friday with low pressure moving toward us. rain will begin to let up as we get into the evening hours. then for the weekend we'll watch as the skies clear out with sunshine returning. temperatures through the weekend will be in the 60s. here's the forecast for today which includes rain and a high of 68. expect totals to be near 1 inch. during the eveninin we'll have some showers but then the rest of the night will be dry and windy with a low of 46. tomorrow,
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one out of every six elderly americanan.. will be the e rget of a financial scam. if you're caring for an aging a scary thought. so, how do you protect them? reporter bria bell new effort underway in iowa. anyone can fall victim to a well places like sioux city where the elder population is higher...makes them more susceptible. the siouxlan center for active trying to combat these crimes by informational ducation and have...every talk show where e bring in speakers to inform our members and the general public," said santi.
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what santi calls a team effort, because not every scam that occurs goes noticed. "more fraud happens in the community an what we're aware of, than what the police are aware of, than what the siouxland center for active generations or connections area, or agencies on aging or any of the social network groups are aware. if it happens, one times is too many," said santi. types of scams that t con artists partake inre phone calls pretending to be relatives, fake mail flyers requesting donations for charities, health care or contracting schemes. senior citizens can protect their wallets by making sure that their purchases are valid...verifying any monenesent to donations, keeping a strong social network by communicating with family and friends...as well as not letting a person
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force you into making a financial decision. on the state level... sioux city representative chris hall says protecting seniors is something they're actively keeping tabs on, using their feedback about what's important. "we do it in incremental steps. it's something that we've considered with strong input from older iowans, and in particular the older r wans legislature," said hall. and the iowa attorney generalal is also working to protect the elderly by incorporating laws concerning physical and emotional abuse, as well. in sioux city, bria bell abc 9 news. jessica rae: information from the attorney general's office and tips from the siouxland center for active generations can be found on our website at siouxlandmatters dot com. " mets fans are e still over the moon about theirteam reaching their first world series in over a decade... and if they want to see their team go for the championship... they'll have to pay. jessica rae: i'll introduce you to a devoted royals fan... her team in an i'll tell you what she did... in two minutes. jessica rae:
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the new york mets are in their first world series in 15-years ... and if you want to catch a home game
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it's going to cost you. ticket tracker seat-geek says many tickets for the three mets world series home games are already selling for more dollars each. and a re-sale the average asking price for is almost 17- that would make mets tickets the most expensive in world series history. won a world series since 19-86. the kansas city win away from reaching the a second straight year. and one kansas city woman is such a big fan, she named d r newborn son n reporter abby eden explains. " overmyer. he's ten days old, already carries a (audra henry/mother) 'we love the name, its a cute, adorable name, and then we blue of course.' audra henry and her fiance grew up in the kansas city area. they've always been royals fans. ( 'it was the only name that me and my fiance could agree
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it...and they knew even in the womb that this royal baby would be special...here he is rocking a peace henry/mother) hes our royal baby.' since he was born- the royals have won games...and now they world series. (audra henry/y/ther) 'i think hes a good luck charm for the good luck charm for the royals or not- audra says there's no dbt this little boy has been the so far. bundle of joy can bring joy to others- much like her salvy, does. (audra henry/mother) 'i love perez. i love his attitude, just for the game, he's always happy and hes s always the onedumpmpg ice on peoplele who knows? he may even follow the same career path... (audra henry/mother) 'maybe hl be a baseball player in the future.' jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about baby names. jessica and scott are chatting about baby names. jessica and scott
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scott: jessica and scott baby names. jessica and scott baby names. scott: siouxland. rain is are chatting about baby names. are chatting about baby names. scott: good morning siouxland. rain is showers are being reeled northward by an area of low pressure spinning in west-central nebraska. we may hear a few cracks s thunder today too. faly warm in the
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middle to upper 50s. there's a breeze from the east and southeast near 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we'll manage to reach into the upper 60s today for a high temperature. thehe rain will begin n ll apart this evening. scott: here's a quick chekc outside on one of our iowa here at . waking up and arting their workday....please everyone... " jessica rae: still to come... on the latest in the proposed involving northwest iowa farmers and stay tuned for more.
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northwest iowa fafaers are upset decision on a fight over their land. bakken pipipine would ruru through it... . and a company wants to use force their hand. says, they can't sue over the issue... at least abc9 news raffa has the latest. you own a property, can come blazing through it with a pipeline? " asks bill luetkeman,landowner. a group of laowners in northwest iowa is
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fighting a company - dakota access - who wants to put an oil pipeline through their land. they filed a lawsuit saying the company doesn't have the right to use eminent domain to get their land... because it'll be used for private gain. but, a judge has dismissed that suit, saying these landowners don't grounds yet to take it to court. "we have to hope and rely on the utilities board, and hope that they rule against the pipeline, and against the fact that a private company can us eminent domain on a person's property" says bill luetkeman, landowner. bill luetkeman, who was listed in the suit, says the compensation he's been offered by dakota accccs is written vavaely and in favor of the company. it also doesn't nclude environmental insurance, which could lead to more lawsuits for farmers if there are leaks that damage their land. "they're going to pay us for three years of crop p mage, and i think we'll see damages for longer
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than three years, we have no idea whether the ground will freeze and thaw under it anymore, because we don't know whether there's friction involved in the pipeline, keeping it warm... whether they got to k kp the oil warm to transfer oil. it crosses every major river in iowa...the water supply, it's just a scary thing if something happens" says bill luetkeman, landowner. ecological risks and emotional heart ache, bill says it's group called northwest iowa landowners association they're working together to fight agaiait private companans, including ththone building the bakken pipeline. jessica rae: it seems a whole lot more of americans are smoking marijuana than a decade ago. according to a new study, nine-point-one percent of american adults admitted to using marijuana within the last year, . in 2001, four- point-one percent had smoked pot. the study was sponsored by t t national institute alcohol abuse d alcoholism.
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authors attributed the increase of drug use to the shifting attitudes toward pot smoking in the u-s. 23-states now allow the use of pot for medical reasons... and four of those states allow recreational use of the drug. " jessica rae: when we come back... i'll bring you the results of the latest quinnipiac poll involving iowa voters... and who is in the lead. is it carson or trump? find out... after the break. scott: " "
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outside on the port neal welding company skycam hd in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake.
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clouds and showers moving through. a wind is coming in from the east and southeast between 5 and 15 miles per hour. here's the stormcast hd where occasionalalhowers and thunderstorms are expected to pa through the area as we go through our friday with low pressure moving toward us. rain will begin to let up as we get into the evening hours. then for the weekend we'll watch as the skies clear out with sunshine returning. temperatures through the weekend will be in
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which includes rain and a high of 68. expect totals to be ar 1 inch. during the evening, we'll have some showers but then the rest of the night will be dry and windy with a low of 46. tomorrow, expect sunshine after a few morning clouds. the high teerature is expected to be 61. forecast where rain will return on tuesday with temperatures remaining in t t 60s upcoming period. scott:
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outside on the port neal welding company skycam hd in sioux city and the king's pointe skycam hd in storm lake. right now, it's in the 50s and there's clouds and showers moving through. a wind is coming in from the east and southeast between 5 5 and 15 miles perer hour. here's the stormcast hd where occasional showers and thunderstorms there's a new leader for the republicans in the race for the whitehouse. ben carson is taking over. according to a new quinnipiac poll of likely iowa caucus goers, carson is leading the pack w wh 28 percent. trump is behind him with 20 percent of the votes, followed by rubio with thirteen and ted cruz with ten percent. this is the first major poll showing trump trailing by a significant margin in an early primary or caucus state since june. amanda krenz
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brings us more "when i talked to the assistant director this quinnipiac poll about ben carson taking over first, he said yes, it's huge deal! lets take a look back at ben carson's rise... starting with the quinnipiac poll in june... he's red... donald trump is blue.... then fast forward to the poll that came out in september... you can definitely see an upward swing for both candidates. carsononoes very well among republican women voters, much better than donald trump... and also... people just really like dr. carson. peter brown dr. carson's favoribility rating is 89%, is a phenominally high rating that is almost never seen. ryan his heart is so big, one of the things iownas love is heart. that was the state direreor of carson's iowa campaign. he says he wasn't surpised at all to see carson's poll numbers increase... let's look at the quinnipiac poll results that just came out... carson's popularity defintley on the rise, clearly sitting on top. peter he has accomplished the dual task of getting well known by
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here in iowa and favorably by them. ryanant's also a teststent to who ben is, he's been on therise, you're gonna continue to see that, themore people tha tget to meet en, the more they love him. now the question is left until our how will the momentum going? carson's campaign said iowa needs to gegeready to see even more ben. in the d dital media center, amanda krenz, abc9 news jessica rae: speaking in
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the prepublican presidental candidate was asked about the new iowa poll numbers... and what he thinks it means for a potental lead over front runner donald trump " " "well, you know, its one poll. so, when we've hahaseveral of thememhen i might get a little more excited. i i nice to know that people are actually listening to what i'm saying as opposed to how it's being reinterpreted." jessica rae: the retired neurosurgeon topped the poll with the help of women and white evangelicals, both of whomsupport carson by wide margins over trump. jessica rae: the trump campaign may have tweeted away any possible win in the iowa caucus goodbye... donald trump retweeted an insult to iowa voters hours after a poll showed ben carson leading in the state. the series of tweets caught
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des moines political who linked to the trump eventually remomod the tweet frfr his feed, blaming anintern. jessica rae: we're getting a closer look at the moments before and after vice president joe biden announced he would not run for president. wite house pete souza posted instagram... biden going over his remarks with president obama. the second i ige was taken after biden's annonocement, and shows obama with the vice president and his wife. in the white house rose garden wednesday, biden said his window for a serious white house run had closed. jessica rae: is another democratic candidate ready to drop out of the race? well lincoln chafee tweeted last night he will address the future of his campaign during the democratic national committee women's forum in washington d-c. chafee has been struggling in the polls... barely registering one percentage point. jim webb dropped out of the race on tuesday. jessica rae:
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community holding a ribbon cutting for its office... and norfolk's first christian this weekend. here's s san risinger with the details. " an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony will be held monday morning at the new northeast community college regional office in ainsworth. the office is located in the esu 17 building, 1292 east 4th street in ainsworth. the open house begins at 10, with the ribbon cutting at 10:30. minations are now being taken for thth 2016 philanthropy awards, which will be presented in six categories. the deadline to submit a nomination is november 13th, and more information is available online at philanthropycouncil ne.org. norfolk's first christian church will h ht its annual "trunk or treat" sunday from 4 until 6 p.m. in the church parking lot. members of the congregation decorate the trunks of the vehicles and offer candy tohe "trunk-or-trters." the evening also includes carnival games, snacks and hayrack rides. these and more stories can be heard on newstalk wjag,
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literock 97.5 and 106kix. " jessica rae: getting around facebook is now a lot easier. the social networking site has debuted a number of new features. the biggest change is its new search tool... making it possible for users to see all public posts... including groups and pages that fellow users follow. another new feature... facebook will highlight and suggest posts about breaking and deveveping news as yoyostart typing. jessica rae: and google has announced a new feature for their ceb browser google chrome... the web browser has unveiled the mute button. it lets you mute tabs with a simple right click. if you are watching a video in one tab and all of a sudden you hear music in another tab you have open... you can "click" and it's silenced. the muted tab appears with an icon in n e shape of a crossss-out speaker. jessica rae: and eaking of google... its new parent company --- alphabet --- is off to an impressive stt. 'alphabet' posted good profits and better-than- expected sales in
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the third quarter. the stock is up 10-percent to an all-time high. the company also announced it was buying back 5- billion dollars worth of its own stock. jessica rae: sports... west still had a chance of making the playoffs, but they'd have to beat hoover last night. the action from olsen up ahead. scott:
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regular season games at london's wembley stadium for an additional five years. at least two games per year will be played there through 20-20. the jacksonville jaguars... who already committeteto play one game in london through 20-16... will play annually at wembley throughout the agreement. the n-f-l also has the option to extend the agreement for an additional five years... through 20-25 the league has staged games at wembley annually since 2007. jessica rae: the iowa hawkeyes and the nebraska cornhusker football teams are re-igniting their rivalry in the 20-15 heroes game. that's coming up november 27th at memorial stadium in nebraska and although the
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they are hy-vee and the american red cross and to honor heroes in our community. but before the two teams take the grid iron, fans are being encouraged to nominate someone they know for their acts o oheroism. each state will be invito attend the hero's game and be recognized, as well as have their name etched onto the game trophy. if you'd like to nominate a hero siouxlandmatters- dot-com and click on the hy-vee heroes game tab. the final week of the high school football regular season got underway last night.t. west and dakota in action. chris has the action. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. night's regular sioux city west was postseason. they would need some help with point but before that even matters, they'd first have to beat des moinesesoover. hoover won this ago down in des it's 14-7 huskies late in the 2nd...jerry right up the gut, he
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gets cut off but finds a seam up the left side...17 yards to the house to make it 20-7. west looking for the answer before half...noah mcwell...what a dual threat he is...a big chchk of yards, but the drive would stall and that would be our halftime score. second drive of the second for hoover...wilfrid kouakou puts it up for patrick sullivan who makes a nice snag...that would set up a short touchdown run. late in the third west gets the jalen roseland for catch...but that enough...hoover ends west's playoff hopes with a 34-14 win. the regular season finale for dakota night...panthers dv's offense looking one.e.luke schmitt to tyler johnson big gain...panthers up
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7-0. and the screen sets up the deep ball...next drive it's schmitt to johnson one more time...dakota valley opens up a 2 score lead. after a wagner touchdown...gage butler fields the kickoff...he f fds a seam up ththsideline, takes a t and he's all kinds of amped up. that sets up austin short touchdown run. cruises, 43-8 the for highlights from nebraska, head to our website siouxland matters dot com. and then join us tonight at 10:30 for the final friday night sportszone show. will do it for your check on sports, have a great day erybody. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott: good morning siouxland. rain is moving through the area as bands of showers are being reeled northward by an area of low pressure spinning in
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braska. we may hear a few cracks of thunder today too. temperatures are fairly warm in the middle to upper 50s. ththe's a breeze frfr the east and southeast near 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner were reach into the upper temperature. the rain will begin to fall apart this evening. rae thanks scott... dietary supplement supplier g-n-c is accused of lacing products with banned ingredients. phillip mena and reena ninan have the story. good morning. topping "america's money" -- gnc fighting back. >> the dietary supplements supplier is being sued by the
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state of oregon, accused of selling supplements advertised as all natural. synthetic drugs. >> the company says any of those products have been pulled from the shelves. the giant recall of the 23 million takata airbags may grow evevelarger. the investigigion now looking into passenger and side airbags. >> the owners of the cars involved in the recall are also being urged to get them fixed as soon as possible. the airbag inflaters can explode and send debris at the driver. eight people have died. you remember that drug company raising the price of a life-saving drug f fm $7.50 to >> well, a competitor is now $1. the drug is especially critical
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the morning show! we want you to pumpkin! send us your best pumpkins! you have from now until october 29th to
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submit a photo of your best pumpkin creation. on october 30th, tune into the abc9 news morning show to see if you won! the winner will receive four muskies tickets! ... to submit your photo you must friend me on facebook... and post your pumpkin picture directly to my wall.... or send me aprivate message with a picture of your pumpkin. if you don't have facebook- don't worry, you can email your pumpkin picture to me, at jrae@kcautv.com. start decorating and get those submissions in soon! we can't wait to see siouxland's creativity! jessica rae: your extra large pepperoni pizza is about to get a sweet new ride. domino's is launching 100 custom pizza- delivery vehicles in 25 markets across the u-s. the vehicles, known as the domino's d-x-p, are modified chevrolet sparks outfitted with a warming oven and extra storage areas in the front and back. the company said the only seat in the car is the driver's. domino's said the vehicles can hold d to 80 pizzas at atime. the company said
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some of the markets receiving a d-x-p include boston, new orleans, san diego and detroit. the president of domino' said the "innovation allows drivers to do their jobs with greater ease and efficiency." jessica rae:e: there is a newwarning g out distracteded driving. the dangers of talking and texting -- even with a hands-free device. researchers are finding just how many seconds it takes for your mind to completely focus back on the road... and it doesn't happen the moment you hang up. abc's clayton sandell has the story. "near chicago investigators say the e iver of this car that ended up crushed under a big rig last night... killing a passenger? may have been texting. nats - cars, traffic distracted driving is one of the biggest dangers on the road? but a new triple-a study says those handsfree systems that are supposed to make us safer? man (aaa-study video): dial amy smith at work. voice: ok, calling dell reid. man: huh? can n emselves be highly distracting. ts - woman (aaa-
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a stop sign. triple-a tested about a dozen handsfree systems. (gfx) chevy's rated a "mild" distraction. siri on the iphone rated "high"... the mazda 6 "very high". chevy and mazda did not return our calls today. apple... declined to comment. most surprising? the study found distractions don't stop w wn you hang up. triple-a f outechnologies can still distract you for almost half a minute longer? as long as ititakes to drive e distance of nearly three football fields? going only twenty- five miles per hour. david stayer, psychology professor, university of utah hands free isn't risk free and using your voice to try to interact with the system can lead to levels of distraction that are unsafe. researchers say keep your eyes on the road? and your brain, too. cs abc news denver. jessicicrae scott:t: jessica and scotot are chatting about distracted driving jessica and ott are chatting about distracted driving jessica and scott are chatting about distracted driving scott: occasional
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showers and thunderstorms s e expected to pass through the area as we go through our friday with low pressure moving jessica and scott are chatting about distracted driving jessica and scott are chatting about distracted driving scott: occasional showers and thunderstorms are jessica and scott are chatting about distracted driving jessica and scott are chatting about distracted driving scott: occasional jessica and scott are chatting about distracted driving jessica and scott are chatting aboutdistracted drivingng scott: occasional showers and thunderstorms are expected to pass through the area as we go through our friday with low pressure moving toward us. rain will begin to let up as we get into t t evening hours. then for the weekend we'll watch as the skies clear
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out with sunshine returning. temperatures through the weekend will be in the 60s. here's the forecast for today which includes rain and a high of 68. expect totals to be near 1 inch. during the evening, we'll have some showers but then the rest of the night will be dry and windy with a low of 46. tomorrow, expect sunshine after a few morning clouds. the high temperature is expected to be 61. here's youou7 day forecast where rain will return on tuesday with temperatures reining in the 60s through most of the upcoming period. jessica rae scott: we go through our fridid with low presesre moving "
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the annual super latke fundraiser is coming up in a few weeks... and i'll show you how the congregation beth shalom is preparing for the big day. jessica rae: " plus... i'll introduce you to an iowa farmer who has been on the job... for over six dededes! and amazingly... he's still hard at workrkn the farm! ththe stories are coming up in our next hour. scott:good morning
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area as bareeled northward by an area of low pressure spinning in west-central nebraska. we may hear a few cracks of thunder today too. temperatures are fairly warm in thehe
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middle to upper 50s. there's a breeze from the east and southeast near 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we'll manage to reach into the upper 60s today for a high temperature. the rain will begin to fall apart this evening. jessica rae: volunteers from congregation reeled northward by an area of low pressure spinning in west-central nebraska. we may hear a few cracks of thunder today too. temperatures are fairly warm in the middle to upper 50s. there's a breeze from the east and southeast near 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we'll manage to reach into the upper 60s today for a high
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sioux city have been busy in the kitchen all week long. 's all in preparation for the annual super latke fundraiser, cooks in the kitchen are busy making 3 to 4 thousand motzah balls. organizers say the majoty of the ingredients for this year's meal come straight from local farmers, " this year we're having latkes and matzah ball soup, so today we're preparing the soup and the matzah balls." jessica rae: motzah ball soup is a jewish dumpling in a chicken broth. the fundraiserwill be held on n sunday november r 8th from 11-30 a-m to 5-30 p-m tickets are just 12 dollars. jessica rae: how long do you plan on working? the answer for some people is turning a certain age... others have a dollar amount they need to have in their bank account. for one iowa man - farming is his life, and he's not ready to give it up. reporter elias johnson has his story. nat tractor starts up 's a sound when combined with others create a symphany nat beans unload
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